Penn State University Assistant Professor Caio Brunharo will discuss the impact and implications of herbicide resistance in agriculture during NYSIPM’s March Academic Seminar.
Caio Brunharo, PhD, works to generate basic and applied knowledge in order to minimize the impact of invasive plant species in agriculture, paying special attention to global threats like climate change and food insecurity. His program focuses on the identification of traits that confer invasive plant species resilience to climate change and the elucidation of how plant species adapt to agricultural practices. Brunharo’s research informs invasive species management practices in Pennsylvania and beyond. For more information, visit the Applied Weed Physiology Laboratory
Attend in person in 2123 Comstock Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY or register to get a Zoom link.
About the Seminar Series
New York State Integrated Pest Management (NYS IPM) at Cornell University hosts this monthly seminar series to increase awareness of new research and techniques that advance IPM and its adoption in all types of pest management settings.
Date & Time
March 8, 2023
11:15 am - 12:15 pm
More information about this event.
Dr. Bryan Brown
- bryan.brown [at] cornell.edu
New York State Integrated Pest Management
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